Two application examples of RFID sensor systems - identification and diagnosis of concrete components and monitoring of dangerous goods transports
AbstractThe combination of RFID-tags and energy efficient sensors offers promising potential for identification, diagnosis, and monitoring applications - particularly when it comes to objects, which require continuous observation and which are difficult to access with conventional tools. This paper presents two examples as an outlook for RFID sensor systems in embedded structures and in mobile applications.
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